The slim, well-proportioned body has been the epitome of beauty since ancient times. Unfortunately, even in very slim people, the distribution of body fat is often not balanced. Fat deposits form particularly on the stomach, buttocks, thighs, hips and knees, which disturb the harmonious overall impression.
The only way out is often liposuction, which can be used to gently and safely remove regional and local fat deposits. Liposuction is always done for aesthetic reasons and is generally not a question of age. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia. By using the so-called tumescent local anesthesia, maximum tissue protection is achieved.
After the fat pads have been marked, before the actual suction process begins, a tumescent local anesthetic is first administered into the fatty tissue, which loosens the fat cells from the supporting structure and numbs the tissue.
After a short time, the fat cells have been detached from the tissue structure to such an extent that they can be suctioned out. The very fine vibrating cannulas used for suction are inserted into the fatty tissue via mini skin incisions. This enables smooth and precise modeling of the body contours. The suction also stimulates the tissue so that the skin, even if it was previously very slack, adapts optimally to its new foundation and becomes smooth and taut again. Even cellulite, which has so far been treated with little success, can be reduced with liposuction.